Jeremy Lee is slightly depressed that Bungle and Zippy now flog pizzas for a living.
With $200bn in spending, it was frankly time to stop giving digital media a pass.
Jeremy Lee salutes Audi for "Clowns", the latest spot in its enduringly excellent body of work.
With political party conference season well underway, the fractured nature of the parties - and wider society as a whole - is exposed for all to see after Boris Johnson repeated the £350m Brexit claim.
Partners Andrews Aldridge has promoted Polly Jones to the newly-created role of managing director.
While black cab drivers were celebrating the decision by Transport for London to strip Uber of its licence to operate in London, the response among some quarters of the public was rather different.
Gary Knight, ITV's commercial content director and one of its most longstanding and distinctive employees, is leaving the company after 40 years.
Chivas Regal, the Pernod Ricard-owned whisky brand, is reviewing its advertising account.
The Guardian is targeting small and medium sized businesses with the launch of Ad Manager, a self-service ad tool that allows them to submit targeted ads to run on its site.
It was the freedom granted by "Getting out of Cheil" (geddit?) that led Paul Hammersley, its former UK chief executive, to launch Harbour - a putative collective of independent agencies with a moniker that suggests its members are in need of a refuge.
Jeremy Lee thinks that Jackpotjoy's gerontophilia might be a joke too far.
Ryanair, for so long the pantomime villain of the airline world, has found itself back centre stage after it announced that it was cancelling 40 to 50 flights every day over the next six weeks, affecting 400,000 passengers.
CHI & Partners has launched a campaign on behalf of The Prince's Trust that is designed to champion the resilience of young people, following research produced by the charity that shows that young people are suffering from poor confidence.
In the latest scandal to hit Facebook, it has emerged that the company has been claiming it can reach demographics that are greater than actually exist.
Ogilvy & Mather London has picked up the UK advertising account for the Trebor mints account without a pitch, further strengthening its relationship with Mondelez.
At the beginning of last month, The Daily Telegraph dutifully reported how Marmite could prevent miscarriages and birth defects.
Facebook has been accused of telling advertisers that they can reach millions of young audiences that do not exist.
Domino's is reviewing its CRM and digital arrangements after splitting with Iris.
Jeremy Lee is delighted to see that at least M&C Saatchi is doing something different.
Deloitte Digital, a hitherto relatively obscure offshoot of a management consultancy, has made two statements of intent that suggest it plans to muscle into territory advertising agencies have traditionally thought their own.